A large majority of Americans support stricter voting laws that include voter identification requirements, according to a new poll.
The poll was commissioned by the Republican National Committee and conducted by former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, The New York Post reports.
“The phone survey — which was conducted June 8-June 13 with 800 registered voters, 31 percent of whom identify as Democrats, 29 percent as Republicans, and 36 percent as independents — found 80 percent of its participants feel verifying voter ID ‘is an important security measure,’ while 89 percent said that they are in favor of ‘purging voter rolls’ after individuals have died or are no longer registered in previous areas they resided in,” reported the paper.
The survey found 78 percent of voters polled said in addition to stronger voter ID laws, they also support signature verification, chain of custody controls, bipartisan observers overseeing counting and “cleaning up voter rolls.”
According to the poll, 71 percent said they do not believe